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Random music news for Wednesday, November 15, 2023

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  1. Christmas songs from Mariah Carey and George Michael are back on the charts earlier than ever this year. (Via Rick J)
  2. Want to stream the final, final, FINAL KISS show? It’ll cost you US$39.99. Shocking–not.
  3. Interesting: The number of K-pop acts nominated for Grammys this year is precisely zero.
  4. This company says they’ve developed a program that can identify AI-created music with 98% accuracy.
  5. Oh, so she’s to blame.
  6. The jacket Michael Jackson wore during that 1984 Pepsi commercial (the one where his hair caught on fire) was auctioned for US$250,000.
  7. Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie want to turn Britney’s memoir into a movie.
  8. Gotta get me some of these licensed band collars for the English bull terriers in the house. (Via Tom)
  9. Warner Music is now on board with Deezer’s “artist-centric” royalty model for streams.
  10. Leo DiCaprio, rapper.
  11. Wanna buy Frank Sinatra’s “party house?” It’s for sale.
  12. It sounds like Boy George’s memoir is pretty good. Here’s a review.
  13. Tears for Fears, the “utopian dance show.”
  14. Remember when people used to write songs about landline telephones?
  15. There’s a scam rippling through the world of podcasting.

More music news? Check here.

BONUS: Hey, I laughed. (Via Tom)

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